White Rock Alehouse makes eight of their beers on site.  From left is the IPO IPA, the Big Thicket Blonde and the Texas (G)IRL. 

White Rock Alehouse makes eight of their beers on site. From left is the IPO IPA, the Big Thicket Blonde and the Texas (G)IRL. 

Rex C Curry/Special Contributor

Texas breweries raked in 29 medals at the recent U.S. Open Beer Championship, according to an announcement Tuesday.

The annual competition welcomes breweries from across the globe to compete in more than 100 categories. This year's competition was held in Oxford, Ohio where judges evaluated more than 7,000 beers. 

Peticolas Brewing in Dallas takes first place at international beer competition

Texas showed up in categories across the board, winning in style from light to dark and American to international. Of the 29 medals, 13 were awarded to breweries in North Texas. The biggest Lone Star winner was Fredericksburg's Altstadt Brewery, which garnered three medals, including two gold, and landed No. 4 overall in the 2019 competition.

The U.S. Open Beer Championship has historically been good to local breweries. In 2018, Peticolas Brewing Co. in Dallas was named grand champion with five medals, including three gold.

Here are the Texas results:

  • Gold: Black Lab Porter by Middleton Brewing (San Marcos) in "strong/imperial brown ale" category
  • Gold: Iron Belly by The Brewtorium (Austin) in "robust porter" category
  • Gold: Settlers Oatmeal Stout by Vallensons' Brewing (Pearland) in "oatmeal stout" category
  • Gold: Great Scot! by Peticolas Brewing Co. (Dallas) in "Scottish ale" category
  • Gold: Gold Bars by Brick Vault Brewery and Barbecue (Marathon) in "juicy or hazy strong pale ale" category
  • Gold: Kolsch by Altstadt Brewery (Fredericksburg) in "German Kolsch" category
  • Gold: Vienna Red by Altstadt Brewery (Fredericksburg) in "Vienna-style lager" category
  • Gold: Sex A Pell by Infamous Brewing (Austin) in "American specialty wheat" category
  • Gold: Bourbon Barrel-Aged Temptress by Lakewood Brewing Co. (Garland) in "barrel-aged strong stout/porter" category
  • Gold: Bourbon Barrel-Aged Vanilla Porter with Tart Cherries by Oak Highlands Brewing Co. (Dallas) in "wood/barrel fruit beer" category
  • Gold: Sasquatch Reserve by 903 Brewers (Sherman) in "aged beer" category
  • Silver: Greenbelt by Armadillo Ale Works (Denton) in "American specialty wheat" category
  • Silver: Little Ivan McGregor by The Brewtorium (Austin) in "strong Scottish ale" category
  • Silver: IPO IPA by White Rock Alehouse and Brewery (Dallas) in "New England/juicy/hazy IPA" category
  • Silver: Charity by Oak Highlands Brewing Co. (Dallas) in "German altbier" category
  • Silver: Haterade by 8th Wonder Brewery (Houston) in "gose" category
  • Silver: Rosa by St. Elmo Brewing Co. (Austin) in "fruit gose" category
  • Silver: Lager by Altstadt Brewery (Fredericksburg) in "Munchner helles lager" category
  • Silver: Sin Mint Temptress by Lakewood Brewing Co. (Garland) in "experimental beer" category
  • Bronze: Royal Scandal by Peticolas Brewing Co. (Dallas) in "English pale ale" category
  • Bronze: Velvet Hammer by Peticolas Brewing Co. (Dallas) in "imperial red ale" category
  • Bronze: Weissthiemer by 8th Wonder Brewery (Houston) in "south German Hefeweizen" category
  • Bronze: SistersQuad by Bitter Sisters Brewery (Addison) in "Belgian Quadrupel" category
  • Bronze: Tart Cherry Berliner by Vallensons' Brewing (Pearland) in "Berliner weisse" category
  • Bronze: Same Time Next Year by Peticolas Brewing Co. (Dallas) in "Marzen/Oktoberfest" category
  • Bronze: Paleta de Mango by Rahr and Sons Brewing Co. (Fort Worth) in "chili pepper beer" category
  • Bronze: Barrel-Aged Abbaye de Gembloux by Uncle Billy's Brewery in "barrel-aged pale beer" category
  • Bronze: Luchesa Lager by Oasis Texas Brewing Co. (Austin) in "kellerbier or zwickelbier" category
  • Bronze: Peach Tea Beer by Vallensons' Brewing (Pearland) in "tea beers" category
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